Welcome to my page for the 24th Annual Magic City AIDS Walk & 5K Run! I am excited to be a part of BAO’s largest annual event. Each year I walk in loving memory of my brother Joe. Please join me this year as we Walk & Run in celebration of life and the achievements we have made in the fight against HIV & AIDS by making a donation today and help me reach my fundraising goal! Your investment in the AIDS Walk will help BAO continue making Birmingham a healthier place by providing essential services and critical support to those in our community who are suffering from HIV/AIDS.
I know that you are regularly contacted to donate to many worthwhile causes, which is why I am especially grateful for your support of any donation amount on my behalf. Every year I wish there was something I could give as a thank you for your generosity, and this year, my husband, photographer Billy Brown, and I came up with an idea: The one thing I have plenty of to give is photographs. Except for our children, creating photographs are our best creative partnership. And since the kids are past the teenage years-we think we will go ahead and keep them. That leaves us with the photographs. For everyone that makes a twenty-five dollar donation and up, we will send you an 8×10 black and white photograph signed by Billy, and myself. You don’t have to take it, of course, but we have a lot of fun producing these images and thought it would be all in good fun, and all for a great cause, to offer one for my generous donors. Below is the photograph that we have selected. In addition, if you are in the Birmingham area I hope you will be sure to join me at Railroad Park on Sunday the 27th, from 3:30PM until 6:30PM. We’ll celebrate life with Once In A Lifetime 80s Band, the Birmingham Metro Youth Choir, and our celebrity emcee, Jaime Primak Sullivan, star of Jersey Belle! Bring the kids and your canine pals, too!
Again, thank you so very much for your support. Can’t wait to see you at Railroad Park!~ With Love, Sunny:) xo Source: Magic City AIDS Walk & 5K Run – Lee Ann ‘Sunny’ Brown